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Blue Metalmark, Lasaia sula; National Butterfly Center, Located in Mission,...

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Caption: Blue Metalmark, Lasaia sula; National Butterfly Center, Located in Mission, Texas, near the Rio Grande River, and only 15 minutes from a major airport in McAllen A flagship project of the North American Butterfly Association, more than 300 species of butterflies may be found in the LRGV, and more than 200 species have been seen at the National Butterfly Center, including a number of rarities and U.S. Records! MetalmarkB6828cz3s_85.tif 3333 Butterfly Park Drive, Mission, TX 78572, 956-583-5400Texas,
Location: National Butterfly Center
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Amazon River, rice farming on fertile alluvial islands, whoever stakes the claim first gets to plant anf harvest the crop; sheaths are beaten in the field to release the rice seeds; Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza sativa, Asian rice. As a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in Asia. It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production (rice, 741.5 million tonnes in 2014), after sugarcane (1.9 billion tonnes) and maize (1.0 billion tonnes).The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, Rice0126czs.tif
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golden-mantled tamarin, Saguinus tripartitus, is a tamarin species from South America. It is found in Ecuador and Peru, specifically in the upper Amazon (lowland), east of the Andes in Ecuador, and Northeast Peru; between the Rio Curaray and Rio Napo in Peru. The golden-mantled tamarin is an arboreal, diurnal species ranging through the understory, moving by quadrupedal walk and leap, mainly on small horizontal supports. Leaping is the main gap-crossing mode of locomotion, though it decreases in proportion with a higher use of the upper forest layers.[6] This species is listed as Near Threatened but since petroleum has been found and roads have been started in both Ecuador and Peru in its limited range the future could be bleak for this incredibly cute primate. The pet trade could also be a problem as well as primates are eaten as bush meat in its range. Ceiba Tops Lodge area Monkey Island, Amazon River, The Amazon, Rio Amazonas, in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world and according to most authorities, the second longest in length - Wikipedia; Amazon River rainforest, Peru, South America, TamarinGM8376cvnz1s1.jpg
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